Day: July 10, 2021

Why Do We Really Need Calculus ?

As a student you almost certainly view calculus as another illogical memorization of equations that one must undergo school. you are feeling you’ll never be called upon to use any of the ‘hypothetical gibberish’ that you simply learn. Consequently, you approach the topic with philosophical indifference and adapt yourself to endure that which you’ll not cure. There are tons of branches of mathematics that are known […]

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Right to repair

Right to repair is a proposed legislation/movement that allows consumers the ability to modify and repair their own electronic devices.   Planned obsolescence is the practice when goods are manufactured with […]

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EMI: HOW TO CALCULATE EMI

An Equated Monthly Installment (EMI) is a fixed payment amount made by a borrower to a lender at a specified date each calendar month. EMI depends upon the tenure for which a loan is taken. EMI is high for a tenure of short period of time as compared to long period. Equated […]

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LOAN: TYPES OF PERSONAL LOAN

Personal Loan are the loans that are given for personal use. They are usually secured loans as the commodity purchased using the loan act as a collateral. Types of Personal Loan • Motor Loan– A secured loan granted for the purpose of purchasing a vehicle like car, motor cycle is […]

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LOAN: TYPES OF LOAN

Loan •A loan is a form of debt incurred by an individual or other entity. •The lender, usually a corporation, financial institution, or government advances a sum of money to the borrower. •In return, the borrower agrees to a certain set of terms including any finance charges, interest, repayment date, and other […]

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Demand and Supply

What is Demand? Demand refers to the quantity of goods that consumers are willing to buy at given level of income during a given period of time. In order to understand the relationship of demand with different variables, let’s take a look at the factors that can influence demand. Factors […]

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Ghost Villages of Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand fondly known as the Abode of God due to its rich cultural and religious history which is still stored in many temples sprawled across the state is also the origin of river Ganga and Yamuna , two of the most sacred rivers of India. The shrine of Baba Amarnath […]

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ANGER

Anger is an emotion which is a little more dangerous than the rest of them. Anger can be triggered due to financial problems, family problems, being surrounded by people you […]

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ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD

The line “all that glitters is not gold” occurs in William Shakespeare’s well-known play The Merchant of Venice”. It comes as a shock to Prince of Morocco when he, led by the exterior glitter of gold, chooses the gold casket and loses the lottery of caskets. The line has since […]

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